Assigning users to an admin is a great way to manage registration with your team. There are many use cases to assign users to an admin as part of your process, and Regpack makes this easy.
It can be quick and save time to assign a group of users to one specific admin, and you can do this quickly with Regpack.
To begin, make sure you are in the User Management interface by selecting the “Users” tab located to the left and under the Regpack logo.
Select the checkbox (which appears to the left of the users’ names) for all of the users you’d like to assign to an admin. It’s helpful to filter users by a specific data point to find the list of users you want to assign to an admin. If a filter doesn’t work for your purposes, you can simply check each user individually or if you’d like to select all users on the page / in Users, click the top check box and select the group of users you would like.
Below you can see the top 3 users were manually selected.
Once the users you want to assign to an admin are selected, click “Tools” and select whether you would like to assign the selected user to an admin, remove an admin assignment as well as set and removing followers.
If you would like to assign an admin to a user or multiple users, select “Assign Admin to Users”. You will see a popup, below, where you can choose the admin you would like to assign to the user(s). Click “Assign” to finish. You’ll go through the same process for setting followers.
The initials of the assigned Admin will display to the right of the user’s entry.
To remove the Admins’ assignments from multiple users, repeat the process again but instead select “un-assign to admin.”
You can also however over the initials for an individual user and “edit” the assignment and clicking “Edit” or simply hover over the name of the assigned admin, and click the “X” button to remove them. This can only be done on an individual user.
Note that you can filter by users assigned to yourself or a specific admin as a way to find this group of users in the future. Simply click “Filter” up at the top, click the green “plus” sign, and find “Assigned to Admin”. Then select which admin you want to filter for you.